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WATCH: 4-Year-Old Girl with Leukemia Sings Epic Rendition of 'God Bless America' at Red Sox Game

Darla Holloway

Darla Holloway singing at Fenway Park

Stick a fork in “God Bless America.” The song is done. It’s ov-ah.

Four-year-old Darla Hollaway, who, according to Yahoo Sports, was diagnosed acute lymphoblastic leukemia when she was just 2, sang it before the Red Sox, Orioles game at Fenway Park on Aug. 27, and she did such a good job, the song should just retire.

Darla’s appearance was thanks to The Jimmy Fund, the charitable arms of Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute that raises funds for adult and pediatric cancer care and research. And they make awesome things happen. Like Darla singing before a game.

Take a look:

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Video credit: YouTube

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